Torres del PaineBernardo oHiggins
Torres del PaineBernardo oHiggins
Patagonia Family Unplugged
On request for 2+ (both winter and summer itineraries available)Accommodation
Two nights hotel in Punta Arenas; two nights in authentic waterside estancias; two nights in Park lodge in Torres del Paine (replace with one night Refugio during summer); one night on yacht; one night Estancia or hotel in Puerto Natales according to seasonExcludes
Getting to Punta Arenas in the south of Chile to start the trip Flights, airport taxes, visa fees, gratuities. Drinks and personal items in hotels and estancias; scuba diving.Extras
Scuba diving is extra for certified divers only. Tag on some time in the driest desert in the world, the Atacama Desert for a real contrast to your Patagonian adventure.
Follow in Joey's footsteps and unplug from technology. Swap beeping phones for tumbling ice, while you sleep on a yacht anchored under a glacier, dive with sea lions and fish for your dinner.Highlights
Join the ultimate Patagonian adventure inspired by Educating Joey Escape technology on this mobile-free zone to reconnect with family Observe king penguins on the remote isle of Tierra del Fuego Fly-sail across the mythical and historic Straits of Magellan Sleep in two of the oldest estancias in the region, on the waterfront Feast on fire roasted lamb and learn how to smoke salmon Roll your kayak in the frigid waters close to a glacier Hike onto a towering glacier to explore its crevices and tunnels Embark on Torres del Paine's most famous trek to the the Towers Sleep on board a 50' yacht under the star filled Patagonian skies Dine on board as you listen to the ice falls of a nearby glacier Hike around crystal clear lakes that mirror the surrounding peaks Fish for your dinner and if you are lucky, dine on Chilean sea bass Get underwater on a dive expedition looking for sea lions Stay in the contemporary-luxe Pampa LodgeDay by Day
Day 1: Arrive into Punta Arenas in the south of Chile. Hotel. Day 2: Fly to Tierra del Fuego. Visit King Penguins. Hotel. Day 3: Transfer to Puerto Natales. Night waterside Estancia Perales Day 4: Board yacht and sail to Bernardo O'Higgins. Night on boat. Day 5: Explore glacier by kayak or zodiac. Boat or transfer to Paine Day 6: Hike, explore Paine. Visit Grey Glacier. Night Ref or Lodge Day 7: Hike, explore Paine. Hike to Towers. Night Estancia or Hotel Day 8: Ferry to Antonio Varas Peninsular. Night historic ranch. Day 9: Fishing, exploring. Visit penguins, wildlife. Drive Punta Arenas Day 10: Optional diving with sea lions in the Straits. Hotel.Is this trip for me?
The ultimate Family holiday in Patagonia, this innovative action packed itinerary takes you into some of Patagonia's most outstanding landscapes. It is available in summer or winter, note the itinerary changes due to the season on the Detailed Itinerary. Activities are far from pedestrian and include kayaking close to a glacier, sleeping on board a yacht anchored close to a valley Glacier; hiking some of Torres del Paine's classic hikes; ice hiking (summer); boat and zodiac rides; fishing (summer); visits to a King Penguin colony including a flight over the Straits of Magellan; and if that wasn't enough you have the option of scuba diving close to a sea lion colony. This new family itinerary would suit active clients or families. It is appropriate for children aged 12+ although we could consider younger children on request (we reserve the right to alter the itinerary). All equipment is provided including safety gear and life jackets for water-based activities. Diving is only available to certified divers, as with all the activities it is supported by qualified, experienced instructors and specialists. Due to the amount of water-based activities in this programme, clients should be comfortable around water and be able to swim.Includes
All accommodation stated on the itinerary; English speaking guide and specialist guides for sailing, diving, ice hiking and kayaking; private round trip transfers from Punta Arenas and during trip; round trip flight to Tierra del Fuego; all equipment required for specialist activities including life jackets (which are compulsory), dry and wet suits as required; meals stated on the itinerary; night on board the yacht; entrance fees to National Parks and King Penguin Colony; ferries and boats stated.